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Turks, Turkish, Turkey, History of Turkey

Turkey · Turkish people · Ottoman Empire · Cuisine of Turkey · Turkish literature · Turkish folklore · Turkish American Cultural Alliance · Turkic peoples · Turkic languages · Ottoman Dynasty · Padishah · Suleiman the Magnificent · Benjamin Mountfort · Mehmed II · Fall of Constantinople · Istanbul · Golden Horn · Bosphorus · Mustafa Kemal Atatürk · List of Turkey-related topics · Galata Tower · Islam in Turkey

Art, architecture, and archaeology

Art competitions at the Olympic Games · Matthew Brettingham · Felice Beato · Buddhist art · Graffiti · Holkham Hall · Paul Kane · Robert Lawson (architect) · El Lissitzky · Michigan State Capitol · Henry Moore · Sylvanus Morley · Benjamin Mountfort · Oxyrhynchus · Palladian architecture · Parthenon · Francis Petre · Sicilian Baroque · Templon · John Vanbrugh · Diego Velázquez · Xanadu House

Art, architecture, and archaeology

Art competitions at the Olympic Games · Matthew Brettingham · Felice Beato · Buddhist art · Graffiti · Holkham Hall · Paul Kane · Robert Lawson (architect) · El Lissitzky · Michigan State Capitol · Henry Moore · Sylvanus Morley · Benjamin Mountfort · Oxyrhynchus · Palladian architecture · Parthenon · Francis Petre · Sicilian Baroque · Templon · John Vanbrugh · Diego Velázquez · Xanadu House

Awards and decorations

Hero of Belarus · Hero of Ukraine · Medal of Honor · Order of the Bath · Order of Canada · Order of the Garter · Order of St Patrick · Order of the Thistle · Virtuti Militari

Biology and medicine

Action potential · Antarctic krill · Asperger syndrome · Asthma · Blue Whale · Norman Borlaug · Cat · Cerebellum · Chagas disease · Cladistics · Coconut crab · Dinosaur · DNA repair · Evolution · Fauna of Australia · Frog · Gray Wolf · Helicobacter pylori · History of saffron · Homo floresiensis · Humpback Whale · Island Fox · Kakapo · Krill · Lesch-Nyhan syndrome · Marginated Tortoise · Barbara McClintock · Médecins Sans Frontières · Menstrual cycle · Mixed-breed dog · Multiple sclerosis · Myxobolus cerebralis · Orca · Paracetamol · Platypus · Pneumonia · Prostate cancer · Race · Saffron · Severe acute respiratory syndrome · Short-beaked Echidna · Shrimp farm · Sperm Whale · Synapse · Tasmanian Devil · Tooth development · Tooth enamel · Trade and usage of saffron · Tuberculosis · U.S. Navy Marine Mammal Program · Whale song · White's Tree Frog

Chemistry and mineralogy

Acetic acid · Alchemy · Ammolite · Diamond · Helium · Hydrochloric acid · LSD · Linus Pauling · Raney nickel · Technetium · Titanium · Turquoise

Computing

Acorn Computers · Apple Macintosh · Architecture of Btrieve · Architecture of the Windows NT operating system line · ASCII · Btrieve · C programming language · Central processing unit · CPU cache · Color Graphics Adapter · Commodore 64 · Common Unix Printing System · Data Encryption Standard · Delrina · Emacs · Floppy disk · GNU/Linux naming controversy · History of computing hardware · HTTP cookie · Java programming language · Markup language · MDAC · Microsoft · Mozilla Firefox · OpenBSD · PaX · Phishing · Quantum computer · Spyware · Windows 2000 · Windows XP · X Window System

Culture and society

Abbey Theatre · Bathing machine · Belarusian Republican Youth Union · Black Seminoles · Breastfeeding · Cannabis rescheduling in the United States · Exploding whale · Flag of Australia · Flag of Belarus · Flag of the Republic of China · Flag of Hong Kong · Flag of India · Flag of Mexico · Flag of South Africa · Gender role · Greco-Buddhism · David Helvarg · History of merit badges (Boy Scouts of America) · Japanese toilet · Kitsch · Kibbutz · Korean name · Mail · Mandan · Metrication · Names of the Greeks · Octopus card · Pet skunk · Prostitution in the People's Republic of China · Spring Heeled Jack · Sociocultural evolution · Swastika · Ta-Yuan · Tamil people · Yuan (surname)

Economics

€2 commemorative coins · Bank of China (Hong Kong) · Billboard (advertising) · Celtic Tiger · Economics · Economy of Africa · Economy of India · Economy of the Iroquois · Economy of the Republic of Ireland · Gold standard · London Congestion Charge · Labour economics · Mercantilism · Second Malaysia Plan · Strategic management · Supply and demand · United Kingdom corporation tax

Education

Caulfield Grammar School · Eric A. Havelock · Memory Alpha · Michigan State University · University of Michigan · Wikipedia

Engineering and technology

Aquarium · Automatic number plate recognition · Beverage can stove · Caesar cipher · Canon T90 · Central office · Crash test dummy · Domestic AC power plugs and sockets · Eifel Aqueduct · Electrical engineering · Electronic amplifier · Enigma machine · Fountain pen · Gas metal arc welding · Gas tungsten arc welding · Glass · Jarmann M1884 · Kammerlader · Krag-Jørgensen · Krag-Petersson · Nintendo Entertainment System · Nuclear weapon · Panavision · Phonograph cylinder · Radar · ROT13 · Saturn V · Shielded metal arc welding · Shoe polish · Spacecraft propulsion · Speech synthesis · Typewriter · Welding · Zuiderzee Works

Food and drink

Black pepper · Butter · Cheese · Coca-Cola · Kashrut · Single malt Scotch · Tea

Geography and places

Ann Arbor, Michigan · Antarctica · Australia · Bangalore · Bath · Belgium · Bhutan · Boston, Massachusetts · Buckingham Palace · Bryce Canyon National Park · Cambodia · Canberra · Cape Horn · Carlsbad Caverns National Park · Cathedral of Magdeburg · Chennai · Chetwynd, British Columbia · Chew Valley Lake · City status in the United Kingdom · Cleveland, Ohio · Colditz Castle · Craters of the Moon National Monument and Preserve · Dawson Creek, British Columbia · Death Valley National Park · Dogpatch USA · Dorset · Eldfell · Gangtok · Geography of India · Geography of Ireland · Goa · Great Mosque of Djenné · Gyeongju · Hong Kong · India · Isan · Johannesburg · Kalimpong · Kerala · Lake Burley Griffin · Louisville, Kentucky · Malwa · Marshall, Texas · Moorgate · Mount Pinatubo · Mount St. Helens · Mumbai · National parks of England and Wales · Nepal · Niagara Falls · Oakland Cemetery · Palace of Westminster · Palazzo Pitti · People's Republic of China · Piccadilly Circus · Rondane National Park · San Jose, California · Sarajevo · Sealand · Seattle, Washington · Sheffield · Shoshone National Forest · Shrine of Remembrance · Sikkim · South Africa · Suburbs of Johannesburg · Surtsey · Waterfall Gully, South Australia · Yellowstone National Park · Yarralumla, Australian Capital Territory · Yosemite National Park · Zambezi · Zion National Park

Geology and geophysics

1980 eruption of Mount St. Helens · Geology of the Bryce Canyon area · Geology of the Death Valley area · Geology of the Grand Canyon area · Geology of the Zion and Kolob canyons area · Plate tectonics · Silverpit crater

History

1755 Lisbon earthquake · 1928 Okeechobee Hurricane · Anschluss · Mark Antony · Elias Ashmole · Attalus I · Attila the Hun · Athanasius Kircher · British East India Company · Isaac Brock · Bath School disaster · Byzantine Empire · Claudius · Congo Free State · Columbine High School massacre · Cyclone Tracy · John Dee · Adriaen van der Donck · Elagabalus · Éire · England expects that every man will do his duty · Epaminondas · Eureka Stockade · W. Mark Felt · First Crusade · Carl G. Fisher · George Fox · Anne Frank · Franks · Galveston Hurricane of 1900 · Helen Gandy · Franklin B. Gowen · Gettysburg Address · Great Lakes Storm of 1913 · Mahatma Gandhi · Habsburg Spain · History of Alaska · History of Arizona · History of the Australian Capital Territory · History of Cape Colony from 1806 to 1870 · History of Cape Colony from 1870 to 1899 · History of Central Asia · History of Greenland · History of Limerick · History of Miami, Florida · History of New Jersey · History of Poland (1945–1989) · History of Portugal (1777-1834) · History of post-Soviet Russia · History of the Netherlands · History of Russia · History of Scotland · History of the Grand Canyon area · History of the Yosemite area · Hurricane Dennis · Hurricane Floyd · Indo-Greek Kingdom · Italian Renaissance · Katyn massacre · Stanislaw Koniecpolski · Ku Klux Klan · Laika · Lothal · Ferdinand Magellan · Makuria · Manuel I Comnenus · Marshall Plan · Old Swiss Confederacy · William N. Page · Rosa Parks · Witold Pilecki · Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth · Political integration of India · Project MKULTRA · Radhanite · Armand Jean du Plessis, Cardinal Richelieu · Russian constitutional crisis of 1993 · Samantha Smith · Scotland in the High Middle Ages · Second Crusade · Sino-German cooperation (1911-1941) · Space Race · Sydney Riot of 1879 · Tiananmen Square protests of 1989 · Treaty of Devol · Jonathan Wild · Yagan · Ziad Jarrah

Language and linguistics

Aramaic language · Gbe languages · Ido · Laal language · Nafaanra language · Portuguese language · Russian language · Split infinitive · Stuttering · Swedish language · Taiwanese (linguistics) · Tamil language · Thou · Vowel · Vulgar Latin

Law

Article 153 of the Constitution of Malaysia · Article One of the United States Constitution · Common scold · Detailed breakdown of the USA PATRIOT Act, Title II · Dietrich v The Queen · Dred Scott v. Sandford · Equal Protection Clause · Federalist No. 10 · First Amendment to the United States Constitution · French law on secularity and conspicuous religious symbols in schools · James Bulger · Lawrence v. Texas · Paragraph 175 · Polish Constitution of May 3, 1791 · Roe v. Wade · Schabir Shaik Trial · Separation of powers under the United States Constitution · Supreme Court of the United States · Texas Ranger Division · Twelfth Amendment to the United States Constitution · United States Constitution

Literature

Douglas Adams · The Adventures of Tintin · African American literature · Alliterative verse · Mário de Andrade · Isaac Asimov · Augusta, Lady Gregory · Augustan drama · Augustan literature · Samuel Beckett · Book of Kells · The Brothers Karamazov · Calvin and Hobbes · The Cantos · Colley Cibber · The Country Wife · Crime fiction · Cyberpunk · John Day (printer) · H.D. · Du Fu · English poetry · The Giver · Robert A. Heinlein · The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy · Hrafnkels saga · Imagism · Irish poetry · Irish theatre · Henry James · James Joyce · Rudyard Kipling · Krazy Kat · H.P. Lovecraft · Medieval literature · Middle-earth · Modernist poetry in English · George Moore · Objectivist poets · The Old Man and the Sea · Ormulum · Oroonoko · Chuck Palahniuk · Peterborough Chronicle · Poetry of the United States · The Protocols of the Elders of Zion · Thomas Pynchon · The Relapse · Restoration comedy · Restoration literature · Restoration spectacular · Starship Troopers · John Millington Synge · A Tale of a Tub · Three Laws of Robotics · Tlön, Uqbar, Orbis Tertius · Voynich manuscript · William Butler Yeats

Mathematics

Ackermann function · Algorithm · Eigenvalue, eigenvector and eigenspace · Carl Friedrich Gauss · Game theory · Infinite monkey theorem · Margin of error · Monty Hall problem · Blaise Pascal · Prisoner's dilemma · Regular polytope · Marian Rejewski · Trigonometric function

Media

Arrested Development · James T. Aubrey, Jr. · Batman · BBC television drama · Blackadder · Blackface · Blade Runner · Humphrey Bogart · Captain Marvel (DC Comics) · Casablanca (film) · Cheers · Coronation Street · Dalek · Dawson's Creek · George Washington Dixon · Doctor Who · Doctor Who missing episodes · Karen Dotrice · Felix the Cat · Henry Fonda · Jim Henson · Katie Holmes · Vivien Leigh · Lindsay Lohan · Ian McKellen · Nineteen Eighty-Four (TV programme) · Sydney Newman · November (film) · Our Friends in the North · Our Gang · The Quatermass Experiment · Quatermass and the Pit · Julia Stiles · KaDee Strickland · Red vs Blue · Superman · Sunset Blvd. (1950 film) · Sharon Tate · Spoo · TARDIS · Thunderball · Uma Thurman · Triumph of the Will · The West Wing (television) · Western (genre) · WGA screenwriting credit system

Music

Louis Armstrong · The Beatles · Blues · Johnny Cash · Phil Collins · "Cool" (song) · Rebecca Clarke · Miles Davis · "A Day in the Life" · Celine Dion · "Dixie" (song) · Dream Theater · Duran Duran · Bob Dylan · "Get Back" · Gramophone record · Grunge music · Guqin · "A Hard Day's Night" (song) · Heavy metal music · Heavy metal umlaut · "Hey Jude" · Hip hop music · "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction" · "I Want to Hold Your Hand" · Iron Maiden · Charles Ives · The Jackson 5 · "Just My Imagination (Running Away with Me)" · "Layla" · "The Long and Winding Road" · Witold Lutoslawski · Marilyn Manson · Olivier Messiaen · Mor lam · Kylie Minogue · Music of Athens, Georgia · Music of Maryland · Music of Minnesota · Music of Nigeria · "My Belarusy" · New Radicals · Nightwish · Nirvana (band) · Pink Floyd · Porgy and Bess · Punk rock · "Real Love" (song) · Salsa music · Saxophone · "She Loves You" · Sex Pistols · Dmitri Shostakovich · Sly & the Family Stone · Smile (Brian Wilson album) · "Something" · Igor Stravinsky · The Supremes · Sylvia (ballet) · The Temptations · "This Charming Man" · Timpani · Vanilla Ninja · The Waterboys · "Yesterday" (song)

Philosophy

Michel Foucault · Frankfurt School · Free will · Omnipotence paradox · Ludwig Wittgenstein · Bernard Williams

Physics and astronomy

Apollo 8 · Astrophysics Data System · ATLAS experiment · Big Bang · Black hole · Cat's Eye Nebula · Comet · Comet Hale-Bopp · Comet Hyakutake · Comet Shoemaker-Levy 9 · Albert Einstein · Richard Feynman · Fermi paradox · Galileo Galilei · H II region · Herbig-Haro object · Hubble Deep Field · Hubble Space Telescope · Kreutz Sungrazers · Isaac Newton · Open cluster · Planetary habitability · Planetary nebula · Quantum mechanics · Robert Oppenheimer · Rainbow · Roche limit · Carl Sagan · Soap bubble · Speed of light · Sun · Edward Teller · Transit of Venus · Venus · Weather lore

Politics and government

1996 U.S. campaign finance scandal · Anarcho-capitalism · Tony Blair · Tom Brinkman · British House of Commons · George Brown, Baron George-Brown · Canadian House of Commons · Canadian federal election, 1993 · Canadian Senate · Hugo Chávez · Commonwealth of Nations · Convention on Psychotropic Substances · Democratic Labour Party (Trinidad and Tobago) · European Union · Governor-General of India · Government of Maryland · House of Lords · Irish Houses of Parliament · George F. Kennan · League of Nations · Liberal Party (Utah) · Liberal Party of Canada leadership convention, 1968 · Libertarianism · Abraham Lincoln · Lord Chancellor · John Major · Sid McMath · Reginald Maudling · Bob McEwen · Military career of Hugo Chávez · Yoweri Museveni · Barack Obama · Parliament Act · Parliament of Canada · Parliament of the United Kingdom · James K. Polk · President of Ireland · Prime Minister of the United Kingdom · Privy Council of the United Kingdom · Propaganda · Louis Riel · Read my lips: no new taxes · Theodore Roosevelt · Royal Assent · Nicolas Sarkozy · Wladyslaw Sikorski · Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs · Single Transferable Vote · Jean Schmidt · Speaker of the British House of Commons · Speaker of the United States House of Representatives · Margaret Thatcher · Tynwald Day · United States Congress · United States House of Representatives · United States Senate · U.S. Electoral College · Mordechai Vanunu · Voting system · Voter turnout · Robert Walpole · Washington gubernatorial election, 2004 · Max Weber · Gough Whitlam

Psychology

Autism · Milgram experiment · Psychosis · Schizophrenia

Religion and beliefs

Angkor Wat · Anno Domini · Bahá'í Faith · Bible code · Early life of Joseph Smith, Jr. · End times · Father Damien · Greek mythology · Hinduism · History of Buddhism · History of the Jews in Poland · Hebrew calendar · Holy Prepuce · Joan of Arc · King James Version of the Bible · Names of God in Judaism · Noah's Ark · Papal conclave · Papal Tiara · Fred Phelps · Presuppositional apologetics · Revised Standard Version · Shakers · Shroud of Turin · Space opera in Scientology doctrine · Xenu

Royalty, nobility, and heraldry

Anne of Great Britain · British monarchy · Canadian Heraldic Authority · Charles I of England · Charles II of England · Coronation of the British monarch · Edward VI of England · Elizabeth I of England · George I of Great Britain · George II of Great Britain · George III of the United Kingdom · George IV of the United Kingdom · Frederick Hamilton-Temple-Blackwood, 1st Marquess of Dufferin and Ava · Henry VIII of England · Hereditary peer · History of the Peerage · James I of England · James II of England · Joshua A. Norton · Louis XIV of France · Mary I of England · Mary II of England · Peerage · Penda of Mercia · Prince-elector · Privilege of Peerage · Representative peer · Sverre of Norway · William I of Orange (William the Silent) · William III of England · William IV of the United Kingdom · Victoria of the United Kingdom

Sport and games

1896 Summer Olympics · 3D Monster Maze · Amateur Radio Direction Finding · Arsenal F.C. · The Ashes · Baseball · Moe Berg · Bishojo game · Blackjack · Bodyline · Bullfighting · BZFlag · Chariot racing · Chess · Brian Close · A. E. J. Collins · Cricket · Steve Dalkowski · Lottie Dod · Donkey Kong (arcade game) · Doom · Formula One · Go (board game) · Golden Age of Arcade Games · Wayne Gretzky · History of Test cricket (to 1883) · History of Test cricket (1884 to 1889) · IFK Göteborg · Sandy Koufax · Goomba · Fanny Blankers-Koen · Katamari Damacy · Lakitu · Denis Law · The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask · The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker · Lego · Link (Legend of Zelda) · Monopoly (game) · Cynna Neele · New England Patriots · Olympic Flame · Olympic Games · Ted Radcliffe · Rock, Paper, Scissors · Seabiscuit · StarCraft · Sudoku · Super Mario 64 · Suzanne Lenglen · Summer Olympic Games · Jim Thorpe · Wario · Weight training · Xiangqi

Transport

Air Force One · BC Rail · Bicycle · Brihanmumbai Electric Supply and Transport · Isambard Kingdom Brunel · Caile Ferate Române · Canadian Pacific Railway · Cincinnati, Lebanon and Northern Railroad · Civil Air Patrol · De Lorean DMC-12 · Ford Mustang · Indian Railways · John Bull (locomotive) · London Underground · Mass Rapid Transit (Singapore) · Mercedes-Benz 450SEL 6.9 · Montréal-Mirabel International Airport · MTR · Panama Canal · Pan American World Airways · Pioneer Zephyr · Pulaski Skyway · Rail transport in India · Ridge Route · RMS Titanic · Rogers Locomotive and Machine Works · Ryanair · San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge · Space elevator · SS Andrea Doria · TGV · Volkswagen Type 2 · Warren County Canal · Wigwag · Zeppelin

War

Algerian Civil War · Attack on Pearl Harbor · Battle of Alesia · Battle of Aljubarrota · Battle of Badr · Battle of Hampton Roads · Battle of Inchon · Battle of Jutland · Battle of Leyte Gulf · Battle of Normandy · Battle of the Bulge · Battle of the Somme (1916) · Battle of Warsaw (1920) · Blitzkrieg · Chemical warfare · Convair B-36 · Cristero War · Karl Dönitz · F-35 Joint Strike Fighter · First Battle of the Stronghold · Husein Gradašcevic · Horatio Nelson, 1st Viscount Nelson · Imperial Japanese Navy · Invasion · Iowa class battleship · Kargil War · Lord's Resistance Army · Military history of Canada · Military history of Puerto Rico · Military history of the Soviet Union · Richard O'Connor · Arthur Ernest Percival · Operation Downfall · Poison gas in World War I · Polish-Muscovite War (1605-1618) · Polish-Soviet War · Polish September Campaign · S-mine · Siege · Swedish allotment system · Submarine · Tank · Thrasybulus · Trench warfare · USS Missouri (BB-63) · USS Wisconsin (BB-64) · War elephant · War of the League of Cambrai · War of the Spanish Succession · Warsaw Uprising · Western Front (World War I) · World War I · Yom Kippur War